Month: May 2012

It’s Important for Associations to Maintain Liability Coverage for Board Members | Property Insurance Coverage Law Blog

On October 14, 2011, Corey Harris explained Florida’s standard of director’s liability in his blog post, Am I Personally Liable Simply For Being A Director? As he noted, “[t]he longstanding precedent discussed in Munder v. Circle One Condominium, Inc., 596 So.2d 144 (Fla. 4th DCA 1992), provides that directors are immune from individual liability unless a …

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The Foul Smell of the Absolute Pollution Exclusion | Property Insurance Coverage Law Blog

Policyholders in Colorado beware, Colorado’s Appeals Court recently determined that sewage is a pollutant, and that the Absolute Pollution Exclusion, found in many property and liability policies, unambiguously excludes property damages and injuries arising from sewage. In Figuli v. State Farm Fire & Cas., No. 11CA0613, 2012 WL 1036064 (Colo. App. March 29, 2012), the Figuli …

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